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Marine Phytoplankton, The Gift of Life to Planet Earth

Updated 11/01/2021

Written by Dan Jackowiak Nc, HHP

For the first time in history, all the wondrous health benefits of Marine Phytoplankton, the source of ALL life in the oceans and land, are now readily available to man!

No more do you have to guess and experiment trying to find out what you are nutrient deficient so you can restore your health and immune function to normal. Just add these marine phytoplankton everyday to your diet, and let the bodies innate intelligence use this complete superfood to heal itself.

Hi Dan,

"I have several good things to say about Marine Phytoplankton. First of all, my mother has had a Candida infection in her mouth for the past year. When many prescriptions and remedies did nothing to get rid of it, she tried Marine Phytoplankton and it was gone after two weeks! I also have a few friends that have benefited from taking Marine Phytoplankton. One suffered from a yeast infection that would not go away, even after taking three prescriptions. It is now gone, and she had only been taking marine phytoplankton for a little over one week. Another friend of mine has had gallbladder pain for several years. After taking Marine Phytoplankton she has experienced two weeks of no pain, which has never happened before. One friend had tenderness on his big toe from stepping on Coral in Belize almost a year ago. Marine Phytoplankton has completely gotten rid of the sensitivity! Lastly, more than one person I know has lost weight simply by adding Marine Phytoplankton to their diet- one has lost seven pounds in less than two weeks! What an unexpected surprise!" - Sue


Scientists at NASA theorize that some 3 1/2 billion years ago, the world was changed forever. The appearance of tiny microscopic organisms with the ability to convert sunlight, warmth, water, and minerals into protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and amino acids marked the beginning of life. These single celled plant forms are the vegetation of the oceans and the bottom of the food chain. They also are responsible for 90% of the worlds oxygen which makes life out of the oceans possible.


Phytoplankton are the food utilized by the world's largest and longest living animals and fish. Blue whales, bowhead whales, baleen whales, gray whales, humpbacks, and right whales all eat plankton. These species live between 80 and 150 years old and maintain great strength and endurance throughout their lives. The largest fish, a plankton eating whale shark, lives for over 150 years, grows up to 14 meters long, weights up to 15 tons, and is sexually active until it dies.

Marine Phytoplankton, comprise hundreds of species of photosynthetic, unicellular organisms belonging to the Kingdom Protista. Temperate coastal waters, such as those along British Columbia (BC) Canada, are highly productive and support a diverse array of micro algae species from numerous Classes, including the primary producers called diatoms (Class Bacillariophyceae).

spring phytoplankton bloom

Every spring, when conditions of light, nutrients, and mixing are optimal for growth, diatoms grow rapidly in the euphotic zone (upper 20 m). This event is known as the "spring bloom". During this period, many species take advantage of the enhanced conditions, but generally, three diatom genera are the most successful - Skeletonema, Thalassiosira, and Chaetoceros.

NASA Studies on Phytoplankton

It's almost hard to believe, but new NASA-funded research confirms an old theory that plankton can indirectly create clouds that block some of the Sun's harmful rays. The study was conducted by Dierdre Toole of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and David Siegel of the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB).

phytoplankton cloud formation

The study finds that in summer when the Sun beats down on the top layer of ocean where plankton live, harmful rays in the form of ultraviolet (UV) radiation bother the little plants. UV light also gives sunburn to humans.

When plankton are bothered, or stressed by UV light, their chemistry takes over.

The plankton try to protect themselves by producing a chemical compound called DMSP, which some scientists believe helps strengthen the plankton's cell walls. This chemical gets broken down in the water by bacteria, and changes into another substance called DMS.

DMS then filters from the ocean into the air, where it breaks down again to form tiny dust-like particles. These tiny particles are just the right size for water to condense on, which is the beginning of how clouds are formed. So, indirectly, plankton help create more clouds, and more clouds mean that less direct light reaches the ocean surface. This relieves the stress put on plankton by the Sun's harmful UV rays.

Hurricane Winds Carried Ocean Salt & Plankton Far Inland

Researchers found surprising evidence of sea salt and frozen plankton in high, cold, cirrus clouds, the remnants of Hurricane Nora, over the U.S. plains states. Although the 1997 hurricane was a strong eastern Pacific storm, her high ice-crystal clouds extended many miles inland, carrying ocean phenomena deep into the U.S. heartland.

Kenneth Sassen of the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, and University of Alaska Fairbanks; W. Patrick Arnott of the Desert Research Institute (DRI) in Reno, Nv; and David O. Starr of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., co-authored a paper about Hurricane Nora's far-reaching effects. The paper was published in the April 1, 2003, issue of the American Meteorological Society's Journal of Atmospheric Sciences.

Scientists were surprised to find what appeared to be frozen plankton in some cirrus crystals collected by research aircraft over Oklahoma, far from the Pacific Ocean. This was the first time examples of microscopic marine life, like plankton, were seen as "nuclei" of ice crystals in the cirrus clouds of a hurricane.

Plankton May Influence Climate Change Says UCSB Scientist

Plankton appear to play a major role in regulating the global climate system, according to new research.

David Siegel, professor of geography at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and director of the Institute for Computational Earth System Science, made the discovery with his former Ph.D. student Dierdre Toole, who is now based at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.

single-celled phytoplankton

In an article in the May 6 issue of the journal Geophysical Research Letters, the scientists explain their research in the Sargasso Sea, approximately 50 miles southeast of the island of Bermuda. Siegel's research group has been making observations at this location since 1992.

Phytoplankton are tiny, single-celled floating plants. They inhabit the upper layers of any natural body of water where there is enough light to support photosynthetic growth. They are the base of the ocean's food web, and their production helps to regulate the global carbon cycle. They also contribute to the global cycling of many other compounds with climate implications.

One of these compounds is a volatile organic sulfur gas called dimethyl sulfide or DMS. Scientists had previously theorized that DMS is part of a climate feedback mechanism, but until now there had been no observational evidence illustrating how reduced sunlight actually leads to the decreased ocean production of DMS. This is the breakthrough in Toole and Siegel's research. They describe how the cycle begins when the ocean gives off DMS to the lower atmosphere. In the air, DMS breaks down into a variety of sulfur compounds that act as cloud-condensing nuclei, leading to increased cloudiness. With more clouds, less sunlight reaches the Earth and the biological processes which produce DMS are reduced.

According to their research, it appears that phytoplankton produce organic sulfur compounds as a chemical defense from the damaging effects of ultraviolet radiation and other environmental stresses, in much the same way as our bodies use vitamins E and C to flush out molecules that cause cellular damage.

Siegel and Toole found that ultraviolet radiation explained almost 90 percent of the variability in the biological production of DMS. They showed that summertime DMS production is "enormous," and that the entire upper layer of DMS content is replaced in just a few days. This demonstrates a tight link between DMS and solar fluxes.

"The significance of this work is that it provides, for the first time, observational evidence showing that the DMS-anti-oxidant mechanism closes the DMS-climate feedback loop," said Siegel. "The implications are huge. Now we know that phytoplankton respond dramatically to UV radiation stresses, and that this response is incredibly rapid, literally just days."

Satellite Data To Predict Plankton Blooms By Analyzing Ocean Color

Scientists analyzing satellite data on ocean color are gaining new insights into ocean productivity and climate.

A green ocean is a productive ocean; the light from the sun fuels the "bloom" of phytoplankton, tiny ocean plants that turn the sea's surface a light green each spring. This production in turn drives ocean food webs.

New research, published in the Journal Science on April 26, assesses the color of the ocean and finds that it may yield clues about the relation between marine ecosystems and the climate system. The research was funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

David Siegel, a scientist at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and colleagues analyzed ocean color data from the satellite Sea-viewing Wide Field of view Sensor (called "Sea WiFS") to address the factors regulating the spring bloom of phytoplankton in the north Atlantic Ocean. "The productivity of the ocean [from blooms] is well established," said Siegel. "What we don't know is how it gets recycled. We're trying to get at how the ocean's biological pump works." The biological pump is the mechanism by which carbon dioxide is exported from the surface ocean into the deep ocean via sinking particles, like the remains of phytoplankton as they die off after blooms. It is a critical factor in understanding global climate change.

phytoplankton in Atlantic ocean

From the satellite is information Siegel and colleagues were able to deduce the conditions required to start a spring bloom: appropriate amounts of light reaching down into the water column, a condition that occurs when ocean waters "turn over" or mix, in spring.

"When viewed from space, the north Atlantic spring bloom is among the largest mass greenings observed on the Earth's surface," said Siegel. The blooming progresses at speeds of 20 kilometers per day, leaving a green wake in its path.

Jim Yoder, a co-author of the paper, on leave from the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography and currently division director of ocean sciences at the National Science Foundation said, "We used satellite and other data to observe the start of the phytoplankton growth period in the north Atlantic Ocean, and we were able to explain the timing of the spring growth period in the entire north Atlantic."

Previous research on spring blooms was done at sea with microscopes and other tools. But by using satellites, Siegel and Yoder were able to evaluate the process using tens of thousands of data points, rather than just a few.

One advantage provided by satellite ocean color data is measurements that cover the entire north Atlantic during all seasons and years. Such measurements, if correctly interpreted, are a tool for studying natural phytoplankton variability - an important characteristic of marine ecosystems. The results of the present study illustrate an approach for using satellite measurements to study the year-to-year ecosystem variability associated with changes to the climate system and to the location and strength of ocean currents.

The Health Benefits of Marine Phytoplankton

Marine phytoplankton contains over 65 nutritional properties including all the amino acids, all the essential fats, all vitamins, key minerals and trace elements, rare anti-oxidants, phospholids, electrolytes, nucleic acids, enzymes and co-enzymes. It is a living food that carries electrical frequency and works with the intelligence of the body. It is believed that it is the combination and proportion of elements and nutrients that make marine phytoplankton unique and so effective in enabling cellular regeneration and therefore healing. The elements and electrolytes are almost tailor-made for the human body. We arose from the sea and our internal bodies reflect this with the composition of human plasma similar to that of seawater. Our bodies are over 70% water. Marine phytoplankton provides the perfect anti-dote in an age of over-reliance of land-based food sources and continuing mineral depletion in the soil and in our food which in turn leads to deficiencies of micro-nutrients and trace elements in our bodies.

In addition to overcoming mineral depletion, it also works to balance the body’s PH with a PH of 8-8.5.

Marine phytoplankton also considerably increases the amount of oxygen that the body can carry. This is crucial for a healthy body and many people have reported that it has increased their athletic endurance and stamina due to increased oxygen levels in the blood.

Dr. Jerry Tennant is founder and director of the Tennant Institute of Integrative Medicine in Irving, Texas. Educated at Southwestern Medical School and Harvard Medical School among others, he has over 15 years practice in energetic medicine, treating thousands of terminally ill patients. Of all the products he had come across he had this to say of marine phytoplankton:

"This is the most exciting product I have come across. It contains almost everything necessary to sustain life and build healthy new cells. When you give the body everything it needs to produce trillions of healthy new cells then you get well."

Dr. Tennant notes that many products work for some people but not others. He believes this is because the body needs all the raw materials and critical components at the same time. "The problem is that we need ALL of them at the same time for things to work."

Another very important reason that makes marine phytoplankton unique and very effective is that is composed of single cells that bypass the liver and digestive system. This is highly significant and is one reason Dr. Tennant believes results have been seen so quickly, particularly with critical and chronically ill patients who have sick livers. Whereas other products took months to see significant results, results were being noticed within days of taking marine phytoplankton.

Marine Phytoplankton Nutritional Properties

Alanine: Activates muscles, Immune system booster

Arginine: New muscle builder, Supports immune system, Detoxifies the liver

Asparagine: Immune system booster, Brain energizer

Aspartic Acid: Assists making heathy DNA, Immune system booster

Beta carotene: Immune system booster, Defends against free radical attack, Aids digestion, Vision enhancement, Cornea protector

Bioflavinoids: Immune system booster, Removes toxins from skin cells

Biotin: promotes healthier- looking hair, promotes intestinal health

Boron: Promotes stronger bones, Improves mental clarity, Assists with unclogging arteries

Calcium: Promotes stronger bones, Calms nerves, Improves cholesterol levels, helps with insomnia

Chlorophyll: Promotes bowel regularity, Cleanses interstitial tissues

Chromium: Moderates existent diabetes, Prevents adult-onset diabetes

Cobalt: Repairs nerve cells, Helps produce red blood cells

Copper: Eases Arthritis, Helps produce red blood cells

Cysteine: Detoxifies carcinogens

Essential Fatty Acids: Reduces cardiovascular disease, helps with proper nerve function

Electrolytes: Helps kidneys regain Optimum function

Fiber: Eliminates toxic wastes

Fluorine: Fights tooth decay, Improves bone density

Folic Acid: Increases mental focus, Prevents anemia

Germanium: Helps control Epstein-Barr virus and cancer

Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA): Lowers cholesterol

Glutamic Acid: Reduces alcohol/sugar craving

Glutamine: Increases mental focus

Glutathione: Bodies master antioxidant that defends against free radical attacks

Glycine: Calms nervous system

Glycogen: Boosts physical stamina

Histidine: Enhances nutrient absorption, Removes toxic metals

Iodine: Assists with maintaining regulating body weight, supports the thyroid

Iron: Decreases anemia, Increases emotional health, Increases physical energy

Isoleucine: Build muscle, Helps repair the liver

Lecithin: Dissolves cholesterol deposits, Improves short-term memory

Leucine: Reduces Hypoglycemic symptoms

Linoleic Acid: Combats viral infections

Lysine: Helps prevent osteoporosis, helps form collagen matrix

Magnesium: Promotes tranquility, Moderates mood swings, Reduces migraine headaches

Manganese: Assists joint mobility

Methionine: Enhances memory, Mood elevator, Removes heavy metals

Molybdenum: Increases longevity

Niacin (Vitamin B3): Stress reducer, Lowers cholesterol assists in reversing atherosclerosis

Nickel: Promotes cellular growth and reproduction

Nucleic Acids: Memory enhancement

Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Increases cell membrane flexibility, Cholesterol dissolving properties, Reduces cardiovascular diseases, Promotes healthy nerve function

Omega - 6 Fatty Acids: Relieves arthritis symptoms, Skin tone improvement, Reduces cardiovascular disease

Pantohenic Acid (Vitamin B5): Reduces morning pain caused by arthritis, Reduces toxicity from alcohol, Defender against free radicals

Phenylalanine: Improves mental clarity, Sugar cravings reducer

Phosphorous: Assists with healthy teeth, Increases bone fracture repair

Potassium: hypertension reducer, blood pressure control, raises alkalinity

Proline: Increases learning ability, Assists repairing torn cartilage, part of collagen matrix

Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6):Immune system booster, Relieves PMS

Riboflavin: Boosts physical energy, Defends against free radical attacks, Reduces eye fatigue

RNA: Improves mental focus

Selenium: Strengthens immune system, Relieves anxiety

Serine: Enhances skin beauty

Silicon: skin tightening

Sodium: Assists preventing sunstroke

Superoxide Dismutase (SOD): Assists in preventing free radical activity

Substance P: Increases mental focus

Thiamine (Vitamin B1): Increases energy, Improves mental attitude, Tension reliever

Theonine: Immune system enhancer, Ameliorates skin tone

Tyrosine: Improves emotional health, Enhances mental alertness, Increases memory ability

Valine: Promotes muscle tissue building

Vanadium: Assists in controlling blood sugar levels

Vitamin B12: Increases physical energy, Enhances mental focus, Assists with nervous system repair

Vitamin C: Promotes healthier gums, Reduces risk of cancer, Reduces duration of common cold, part of collagen matrix, antioxidant

Vitamin E: Immune system booster, Promotes healthy nerve tissue

Zinc: Supports prostate health, Strengthens immune system, Reduces outbreaks of acne, Increase memory access, Reduces common cold symptoms

It also contains a complete amino acid profile that supports the building and repair of cells.

The phytonutrients found in marine phytoplankton exhibit potentially promising effects in human physiology.

Immune system enhancement
Antioxidant protection from cancers and degenerative diseases
Cholesterol - Clinically tested to reduce cholesterol
Alkalizing - balancing pH of body
Anti-inflammatory effects on membranes - relieves joint pain
Blood pressure control
Cell wall improvement through increased permeability and flexibility
Detoxification and cleansing (supports removal of toxins from cells & organs)
Supports weight loss
Cardiovascular - Supports a healthy heart
Energy - Increases energy and vitality
Skin care - such as acne, psoriasis, dermatitis
Neurological support - Mental alertness, ADHD, Parkinson's, and general dementia
Liver health - supports a healthy liver
Vision - more effective than Lutein
Blood sugar - stabilizes blood sugar levels

In short, with the harvesting of marine phytoplankton, we now have an exclusive, complete food source that can fulfill all our body's nutritional needs. Health professionals have termed it the "world's only complete food" and the most perfect food source now available.

UMAC-Core and Its Patent Pending Technology

Until now, mankind could only dream of obtaining significant quantities of microscopic plants. Through years of research, the Sea Farms can now grow these in quantity. This state of the art facility allows us to produce something unique in the world for your benefit. Many manufactures call cyanobacteria algae. Our marine phytoplankton is not cyanobateria but true micro-algae in its many forms and species. This along with our processing makes our product totally unique in the world.

With this patent pending technology, spring bloom conditions are reproduced in a controlled environment, and this diversity of species is represented in these products which make our marine phytoplankton more powerful. Also, the exclusive extraction process allows us to combine the benefits of phytonutrients with a natural and balanced composition of sea minerals. Phytonutrients are natural plant-based chemicals that promote proper metabolic functions.

Now you can get marine phytoplnakton in two forms. One is a product called Frequensea marketed thru their Network Marketing Division. Here is a rundown on what it contains:


During ancient times Frankincense was considered more valuable than gold. This milky white resin produced by a scrubby little tree, genus Boswellia, has been traded for over 5000 years. It is still regarded as a very valuable commodity, and it's pure essential oil sells for up to a dollar a drop. Some call it the "mother" of all essential oils.

Throughout history, Frankincense has been used to treat and or prevent:

Cancer - Abdominal tumors - Arthritis - Heal wounds - Renew Cells - Lower fever - Fight off infections - Natural Anti-Depressant

Frankincense has the ability to have a calming effect on the nervous system by crossing the blood brain barrier and is excellent for use with stress related conditions and anxiety.


Astaxanthin is a powerful, natural, biological antioxidant extracted from the marine micro algae, Hae-matococcus pluvialis. Many carotenoids, such as astaxanthin, act as antioxidants to protect our cells from free radicals.

Astaxanthin also crosses the blood brain barrier, making it available to the eyes, brain, and central nervous system to alleviate oxidative stresses that contribute to ocular and neurodegenerative diseases, such as glaucoma, macular degeneration or Parkinson's Disease. It may also destroy H.Pylori bacteria.

Frequensea with Marine Phytoplankton also contains Aloe Vera, Cranberry Concentrate, Blueberry Concentrate, Sea Water, Purified Water (Rain), Bladderwrack, Spirulina, Irish Moss, Kelp, Nutmeg, 24 Karat ChocolateTM Powder(don't confuse this with regular chocolate, its far from it), Ginger, Orange, Mexican Sweet Lime, Morinda Citrifolia (Noni Juice), Mangosteen, Citric Acid, and Rosemary Anti-Oxidant.

Sounds good doesn't it? Well...there is a better way.

UMAC-Core also makes and sells the pure marine phytoplankton without all the added dilution of the juice! This product is not offered to their distributors and I bet they don't know about it either. And personally, Tom Harper took the pure stuff so if I was going to take this I would want the pure stuff as well, wouldn't you?

I found pure Marine Phytoplankton over on Amazon in a tablet form or tincture with added sea minerals. Frequensea is there as well but I would get the pure stuff if I was you. Besides, it is cheaper in the long run.

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As always, please feel free to contact us with any questions about marine phytoplankton or yeast infections in general or talk to your doctor.

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